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Microbiota - Podocarpus - Taxus




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Podocarpus alpinus 'Country Park Fire'

Podocarpus alpinus 'Country Park Fire'

A low spreading form with bright red berries in fall which are attractive clinging to the bronze winter foliage, in spring the new shoots emerge creamy and quickly turn salmon pink then reddish and finally deep green.
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Podocarpus lawrencii 'Purple King'

Podocarpus lawrencii 'Purple King'

A vigorous somewhat open growing clone developed in New Zealand about fifteen years ago, the winter foliage is a beautiful shiny purple.
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Podocarpus nivalis

Podocarpus nivalis

A low growing species from the mountains of New Zealand, it is surprisingly hardy, with yew like foliage and berries, unlike many Podocarpus species this will tolerate alkaline soils.
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Taxus baccata fastigiata

Taxus baccata fastigiata

A slow growing, fascinating strictly columnar form 30' x 4', blackish green leaves.
$15.00

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Taxus cuspidata Bright Gold larger

Taxus cuspidata Bright Gold larger

New growth emerges, as the name implies, bright gold colored in the spring. Color greens out a little during the summer, particularly if they are in too much shade, but still stays quite nice. Fairly compact, reaching maybe 3 feet tall and wide in ten years. Zone 4
$29.00

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Taxus cuspidata Bright Gold smaller

Taxus cuspidata Bright Gold smaller

New growth emerges, as the name implies, bright gold colored in the spring. Color greens out a little during the summer, particularly if they are in too much shade, but still stays quite nice. Fairly compact, reaching maybe 3 feet tall and wide in ten years. Zone 4
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Taxus x media 'Maureen'

Taxus x media 'Maureen'

A narrow columnar form, 'Maureen' originated with Joseph Reis. It has been around since 1983 but remains rare in collections. In our garden it is about 3' high and 2 in diameter after several years benign neglect (pruned only by rabbits).
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